Final Revision 21/09/2023
Finally, the answers to solve these
historical mysteries -
The Mysterious Death of Polish PM and General Wladyslaw Sikorski
The cause to Stalin's 'Trial of the Sixteen.' Or in Polish Proces Szesnastu.
The model for Ian Fleming's fictitious James Bond.
'To Live Well is to Hide Well'
Non-Fiction True Life Story.
The most elusive Intelligence Officer / Spy and Assassin of the 20th Century.
"Bronislaw Urbanski, a Polish native, emerged as a symbol of resilience and bravery during the tumultuous years of World War II. As the conflict swept through his homeland, Urbanski demonstrated unwavering courage and determination in the face of adversity. Serving as an underground resistance fighter, supplying critical intelligence Officer for Poland, Britain and USA. He covertly aided his compatriots by relaying vital information, facilitating escapes, and engaging in acts of sabotage against the occupying forces. Urbanski's selflessness and resourcefulness not only inspired those around him but also helped sustain the spirit of resistance that was crucial to the eventual liberation of Poland. His story stands as a testament to the indomitable human spirit and the power of individuals to make a significant impact in the darkest of times." *
But he had a confession:.....
On the 4th of July 1943 Polish PM and General Wladyslaw Sikorski in the dark, was successfully assassinated by careful sabotage to his plane: Flight AL 523. Fact is it only flew for 16 seconds. Until now, no one knew the answer.
Now, 80-year-old secrets are finally revealed: This book is based upon a full confession in detail, documents, actual records, eyewitness accounts, WW2 footage, photographs, WW2 Historical and Aviation Expert verification, and years of research.
The assassination of General Wladyslaw Sikorski, is a significant event in the history of Poland and World War II, and it is also extensively covered in the book 'To Live Well is to Hide Well.' Until now, Sikorski's plane crash was deemed to be a 'mysterious plane crash' with no answer.
General Wladyslaw Sikorski was the commander-in-chief of the Polish Armed Forces and the prime minister of the Polish government-in-exile during World War II. He was a key figure in the Allied war effort and was instrumental in forming the Polish armed forces that fought alongside the Allies.
On July 4, 1943, General Sikorski's plane crashed shortly after taking off from Gibraltar, after just 16 seconds of flight time. as Flight AL523 crashes into the sea. Killing him and several others on board. The cause of the crash has been the subject of much speculation and conspiracy theories, with some even suggesting that it was an accident while most believe it was an assassination.
The book 'To Live Well is to Hide Well' takes you through the 'now revealed' unique ‘Sabotage’ method that was actually employed to take him out and has been ‘extensively’ and ‘scientifically’ tested. Taken from a detailed confession, it clearly proves that he was assassinated (Sikorski) and suggests there was a plot to remove him from power for quite some time actually.
Bronislaw, the book's protagonist, was a Polish Intelligence Officer who worked with MI6 and was involved in the assassination of General Sikorski.
The book also explores the link between Britain and those involved in the assassination. According to the book, many had concerns about General Sikorski's closeness to their mortal enemy, the Soviets. Especially with Stalin in particular as it suggests was another reason. But one reason in particular to do with the secretive Polish resistance group called the 'Musketeers'. Churchill's telegram to Stalin certainly makes the point that he knew his days were numbered. This is included in this book.
‘To Live Well is to Hide Well’ is a non-fiction true life story that explains the detailed life story of 'Bronislaw', a Polish Intelligence Officer, who became an international spy and assassin before, during, and after World War II. The book details his work with England, Poland, and the USA Intelligence departments. Amazingly he and his MI6 partner is actually filmed and caught, as he is captured by the Nazis, and his eventual escape and return to his clandestine activities. This film has been sitting in YouTube.com for years.
In a remarkable turn of events, the audacious deeds of the 'White Ghost' captured the interest of none other than Ian Fleming, the brilliant mind behind James Bond. Drawn to the White Ghost's boldness and resourcefulness, Fleming drew inspiration from his tales of valour, incorporating elements of his stories into the realm of fiction.
Ian Fleming drew creative inspiration from the daring exploits of the 'White Ghost,' who had seized his attention. Christine Granville, a renowned SOE operative, held him in high esteem and guided him for his unwavering dedication to the cause. Her revelations illuminated his pivotal role in the war and left a lasting impact on Ian's development of the fictional character James Bond.
In the 1950s, Ian initially fashioned the early 'prototype' of James Bond based on the 'White Ghost,' but he infused the character with his own aspirations, a Naval rank, and more, ultimately creating James Bond as a wholly fictional creation for entertainment, not a real-life figure. Interestingly, the only known sketch commissioned by Ian Fleming was derived directly from a photograph of Bronislaw from his 1949 Australian Government document (passport), which highlighted his ten distinct physical attributes. This valuable information was shared with Ian by SOE operative Christine Granville in 1950. Today, Christine Granville is acknowledged as the original model for Vesper Lynd (see reference).
Overall, the book 'To Live Well is to Hide Well' offers a true and verified confessional aspect on the assassination of General Sikorski and the events leading up to it. It provides an insight into the complex political landscape of World War II and the power struggles that were taking place behind the scenes.
* This book will be revised and updated if necessary to ensure quality and accuracy of content.
Fascinating and worth persevering with...
"....... as the author was working in a language (English) that is not their own. However, the story is very interesting and sheds new potential light on the (Sikorski) assassination. It includes a lot of particularly interesting photos to support the story. I learnt things about the Polish underground as well, that I had not fully appreciated."
ANDREW REEDS - British Military, SAS, Military Journalist, MOD writer, Journalist, Businessman - Book review on AMAZON in the United Kingdom on March 5, 2021
" We were taught at school how the Enigma was handed over to the British, how Bertrand fed info back and how Dilly Knox met the team in Warsaw, how a machine was smuggled here (excuse my putting it in a nutshell). However, this book (and I paid for mine) is a fascinating, more detailed insight than you would teach a fifteen-year-old. Good read! "
GILL WILKINSON - Facebook Public forum - British Poles
- Book review 17th of July 2021